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of their revolution." i'm joined now by jon leyne in cairo. first of all, what's the scene in tahrir square, where i know there was a plan for a huge demonstration. what is happening? >> thousands have already taken to the streets. many thousands. we are back to the days of february. tahrir square behind me is absolutely full of people and there are still people streaming in. who knows what the numbers are? they're certainly in the many tens of thousands. people are saying the second revolution. somebody said tonight, "this is our second revolution." they are also talking about setting up a camp, once again, and not leaving until they get their demands. this is a confrontation i think many of us expected to happen. course, when president hosni mubarak went, many of the people running the country did not go. many people are still there in power. >> we are looking at some pictures while you speak of the crowds in tahrir square. the looks relatively cocalm. there have been fears of violent confrontation. do you think that my uncle today -- do you think that might unfold today? >> the police and army de
. anders breivik has admitted to killings there. from oslo, the bbc's jon brain. >> at the cathedral, the floral carpet continues to grow. ivan knows one of these r tributes could have easily been for him. he came face to face with the gunman and lived. >> he started shooting around me and he got several of the guys around me and then he has to -- had to reload his gun and then i got my chance to get away and i ran into the water and i started swimming. i got my clothes soaked and started swimming. >> and was he still firing at you? >> yeah, then he reloaded his gun and started firing again. he went down to the water and shot many of the people trying to escape from there. luckily he didn't get me. i was just lucky. >> the majority of the people on the island did escape anders breivik but doesn't mean they completely avoided harm. the skithe treating the -- psychiatrist treating the victims said many are suffering. >> this is an act of a human being and this causes more stress than disasters caused by nature. >> meanwhile, the latest stage in the healing process here in oslo will co
of the future of chinese-u.s. relations, now that jon huntsman is in the race, we will not know what will happen with a republic abomination. my sense is that china will be higher up, whatever that means on the political agenda, over the next couple of years as we move towards the race to the white house. >> things will be very choppy. there are a bunch of people in washington and beijing doing their utmost best to make sure it does not get out of control. we will have a lot of mistrust, statements, some politically motivated -- >tavis: anti-china rhetoric. >> we should take a look at that. they are feeling that they now have the right to say something. tavis: john chan, a one to thank you for coming on. janet, it was good to have you one as well. i enjoyed my trip there as well. i have enjoyed this week of shows and our all-star panel tonight. that is our show tonight on china. see you next time on pbs. until then, good night, los angeles. as always, keep the faith. >> for more information on today's show, vi tavis smiley at pbs.org. tavis: join me in for donna fisher next time. >> every commun
politicians. if he were here today he could be with jon stewart, he could be anybody, he uld be with stephen colbert and meet them eye to eye. that he was funny. how often have w seen a polician like that? not in a long time. >> rose: how do you think president obama's doing on those standards? >> well, i think the one thing he did care about, lincoln, originally, the emotional intelligence set of issues, i think he does have those. when you watch him around a table he makes sure everybody speaks, h listens to people with opposing advice. i think the thing you ve to learn when you get into the presidency is that a certain point you can't listen anymore. lincoln finally said "consensus can be paralyzing, you have to decide when to act." >> rose: wow. >> so that everyone around a table, for example, he debated emancipation for two months, three months, and everybody had different points of view. don't do it, do it, do it yesterday. he finally decided i'm making my mind up and issuing the emancipation proclamation. he goes to the cabinet and says "i don't want your ideas. i've made up my mind.
thisendment. they will do this political posturing t behind the scen i can tell you know jon kyl, the number two republican in the senate, eric cantor number two republican in the house, they areehind the scenes meeting to figure out how much of these spending cut does you need in the mcconnell, plus i agree with hans t is mcconnell plus and harry reid and s commission, all that gets lumped in together. the white house by the way, jack lou, bill daly, these guys, they're involved in the re-- reid mcconnell negotiations at this point. >> rose: right. >> so this is, it's being put together, okay. and it's a little bit of mcconnell, as hans put it, a little bit of the cuts that they had agreed to on biden d then throwing in harry reid's commission. >> rose: tha you, chuck, great to you have on the program. >> great to see you, sir. >> rose: hans, welcome and we'll see you again soon. >>hanks for having me. >> rose: we move nowo the glob economy and the challenges to it. not only in the con secretaries-- context of the president's press conference, also the fact that the european union issued re
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